Description: Magnificent red-flushed orange flowers with maroon spots on 5-10-foot stalks. Numerous flowers per stem
Habit: Plant bulbs 2-3 times the height of the bulb.
Cultures: Prefers rich, moist, well-drained loam and part sun to light shade. Bulbs can be planted in a soil-based mix and placed in a protected spot over winter, or planted in a well-marked spot directly in the garden. Protect from rodents
Hardiness: Cold hardy to USDA Zone 4
Origin: North America
Attributes: Rain garden, attracts butterflies and hummingbirds
This spectacular native lily grows from New York and New Hampshire south to Alabama and Georgia. It is said that a soil could not possibly be too rich for them. Also known as the Spotted Canada Martagon, this lily has been in cultivation since the late 1700s, and Jefferson received roots from Bernard McMahon in 1812. Jean Skipwith of Prestwould Plantation in south central Virginia also grew it. These rare bulbs are nursery propagated and have not been collected from the wild. zone4,zone5,zone6,zone7,zone8,zone9